Michigan Education Association

MEA-PAC Governing Board

Start Date

Elected Members

 

2008

Renee Sandora (2012-Reg 9)

 

2009

Millie Lambert (2012-Reg 5)

 

2006

Catherine Frederick (2012-Reg 10)

 

2010

Mark Thomas (2012-Reg 8)

 

2006

Pat Tobin (2012-Reg 13)

 

2005

Sally McNamara (2011-BdM-Reg 3)

 

2008

Vivian Davis (2011-BdM-Reg 4)

 

2005

Richard Trainor (2011-Reg 12)

 

2005

Dennis Bruck (2011-Reg 6)

 

2009

Lynette Teller (2011-Reg 7)

 

Start Date

Board Appointed Members

 

2008

Gloria Wagener (2011-BdM-Reg 12)

 

2008

Sue Federico (2012-BdM-Reg 13)

 

Start Date

Members Appointed by Position

 

 

Iris Salters

Chair

 

Sigrid Grace (Reg 10)

Vice Chair

2009

Dan Quinn-(2011-Leg Comm.)

 

 

Vacancy (2011-MCC-Reg ) (these two MCC seats are not automatically the Chair and Vice Chair of MCC. They are chosen by the committee and must be PAC contributors)

 

 

Vacancy (2011-MCC-Reg )

 

 

Vacancy (ESP - Reg )

 

2010

Bill Papo (2011 MAHE - Reg 7)

 

2010

Judy Foster (2011 MEA-Retired)

 

 

Vacancy (MEA Democratic Educators' Caucus, 2011) Ex-officio, nonvoting member

 

 

Cathy Boote (MEA Republican Educators' Caucus Chair, 2011) Ex-officio, nonvoting member

 

2011-12 Charge:

To help ensure that the education of our students and the working environments of our members are of the highest quality.
To help develop local capacity by the identification and development of strategies that help locals increase member participation in PAC.

MEA-PAC Policies and Procedures:

VII.   Governing Board
There shall be an interim authority known as the Governing Board of MEA-PAC.  The Governing Board shall make recommendations for submission to MEA-PAC and the MEA Board and conduct the business of MEA-PAC.  The Governing Board shall consist of twenty-three (23) members:  the MEA-PAC chairperson and vice chairperson; ten (10) coordinating council PAC delegates elected by MEA-PAC at an annual meeting, no more than one (1) to be elected from an MEA region; chairperson of the MEA Legislation Commission or designee; the presiding officer of the MEA ESP Caucus, MAHE and MEA-R or designee; the two (2) minority members elected from the Minority Concerns Committee; two (2) members from the MEA Board of Directors; the chairperson of the Educator Caucus in each of
the two (2) major political parties, who shall be ex officio and nonvoting members; and one (1) staff representative without voting privileges.  These members shall serve from the date of the annual meeting until their successors have taken office.  The names of Governing Board members and central address will be published so members may contact them with their political and candidate concerns.

 

 

Updated: May 23, 2012 9:40 AM